The pitfalls of buying used, upholstered furniture -- or selling it!
Black Confederate Soldiers of the Civil War, long ignored, should be honored by all. NAACP says "no!"
When Money Talks -- Justice Walks. . . Far, Far Away: The Cullen Davis/Priscilla Davis Murder Case In Texas
Cullen Davis, richest man ever tried for murder in Texas, never stands trial for killing author's friend, Stan Farr.
Texas style fried okra and fried potatoes with onions -- and fried in Crisco!
Old author remembers country sayings of a bygone era.
Old, southern cook gives recipe for cornbread her grandmother used to make -- moist yet crispy on top and bottom.
Ladies 1940 Fashions discussed including pompadour hairstyles.
A work of fiction pertaining to the burial of one of history's most famous Indian warriors.
A look at those pretending to be Native Americans for money and fame in today's society.
Ageing Texan reviews book of Texas quotes with relevant comments.
Two little girls are taught a lifelong lesson from stealing ice cream.
Author recommends book "Pablo Acosta -- the Life and Death of A Mexican Kingpin -- and adds a very personal note.
A mid-1800's Texas Tale about the most eccentric member of the legendary Greer Family of Bosque County, Texas.
Texas ranch wife tells story of "sittin' bull" -- a big Hereford Bull with a problem.
Woman describes the "gift" of psychic abilities, since birth,and the accompanying consequences.
A friend's reflections on the career, life and death of "Outlaw" entertainer B.W. "Buckwheat" Stevenson.
Musicians/Songwriters in Austin, TX -- Armadillo World Headquarters -- changed country music history when dubbed "The Outlaws" and "Progressive Country Music."
Pro-gun advocate reiterates guns don't kill people -- people kill people and demands less mollycoddling for murderers and child molestors by the legal system.
Thought provoking humor and insight on Medicare, Medicaid, Obama's Healthcare Bill, doctors and current medical care for Senior Citizens.